Okay, so I am not too proud to say that I’ve had a day here and there over the years when a downer steelhead saved my bacon on a tough guide trip. However, I can also honestly say that I have never once considered mounting one (or eating one for that matter). But hey, to each their own right?
I’m not sure what the story here is, but I just thought this mount would make a nice addition to our Taxidermy Gone Bad section.
About all I can say about these skinny guys is: eeeeewwwwwwww! To see more, be sure to click on our Taxidermy Gone Bad section!
You know I love bad taxidermy, so I couldn’t resist snapping a quick pic of this dandy piece of craftsmanship hanging in the Tackle Box Cafe at Lake Amador in Northern California.
Well, at least we now know what’s killing the trout at Amador…
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It’s been awhile since I’ve run into some really lousy taxidermy, but when I do it often comes in spurts. Such was the case in a little Nor Cal pizza joint the other night….when I lucked into these two fine specimen…on the same wall!
I was immediately torn as to which one to include in our always popular Taxidermy Gone Bad section, so I decided I’d let these two toads go at it in our first ever Steel Cage match. Check out the contenders and then vote for the winner below!
By having a fiberglass fish mount made of your trophy catch, you can have the best of both worlds: a fish for the wall that you didn’t have to kill!
A mounted trophy from a past trip is an awesome addition to an office, sports room or den – and they’re not as expensive as you’d think.
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